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INDEX 



TO THE 



PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS 

FOR THE YEAR 1839. 



A. 

Acaroid resin, page 292 ; chemical formula of, ibid. 

Airy (George Biddell, Esq.). Account of experiments on iron-built ships, instituted for the 

purpose of discovering a correction for the deviation of the compass produced by the iron of 

the ships, 167. 
Aurora Borealis. Report of a geometrical measurement of the height of the, above the earth, 267. 

B. 

Bakeeian Lecture, 215. 

Baroscope, description of a hydropneumatic, 425. 

Barry (Martin, M.D.). Researches in Embryology. Second Series, 307. 

C. 

Chemical equivalents of certain bodies, researches on the, 35. 

Chlorates, conversion of, into chlorides, applied to the determination of equivalent numbers, 13. 

Chlorides, conversion of, into nitrates, applied to the determination of equivalent numbers, 1 3. 

Chorion, the, 339 ; becoming villous, 340 ; mode, period and place of origin of, 341 . 

Compass, magnetic. Experiments instituted for the purpose of discovering a correction for the 

deviation of, produced by iron-built ships, 167. 
Constant battery. Account of the effects of a large, 89. 
Cooper (John Thomas, Esq.). Description of a hydropneumatic baroscope, 425. 

D. 

Daniell (J. Frederic, Esq.). Fifth letter on voltaic combinations, with some account of the 

effects of a large constant battery, 89. 

On the electrolysis of secondary compounds, 97. 

Darvi^in (Charles, Esq.). Observations on the parallel roads of Glen Roy, and of other parts 

of Lochaber in Scotland, with an attempt to prove that they are of marine origin, 3Q. 
Davy (John, M.D.). On the male organs of some of the cartilaginous fishes, 139. 
Dragon's blood, resin of, 134 ; chemical formula of, 137. 

E. 

Electric force, experimental relation of, to nervous force, 1 1 . 

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434 INDEX. 

Electricity, experimental researches in. Fifteenth series. Notice of the character and direction 
of the electric force of the Gymnotus, 1. 

— — — , inquiries concerning the elementary laws of, Third series, 215; nature of electrical 

measurements, 217; phenomena of induction, atti-action and repulsion, 219; laws of elec- 
trical change by induction, 223 ; law of attraction with invariable plates, 227 ; relation of 
the inductive to the attractive force, 229 ; relation of induction to quantity and distance, 233 ; 
electrical accumulation between opposed conductors, 237 ; effects of induction on disturbing 
the repulsive force, 239; electrical attraction dependent on parallel forces, 241. 
of the Gymnotus, 1 ; its discharge, 9. 



Electrolysis of secondary compounds, 97. 

Elevatory forces, equable action of, 76 ; speculations on the action of, 78. 

Embryo, the, a congeries of vesicles, 334 ; arrangement of the vesicles composing the, and order 
of their coming into view as vesicles, 335; an embryo of remarkable minuteness, 337; effects 
of flexion on the, ibid. 

Embryology, researches in. Second series, 307 ; the mature and immature ovum, 309 ; effects 
produced on the ovum in the ovary by maceration, ibid. ; the rut, 310 ; the ovum in the ovary 
post coitum — first and second stages of development, ibid. ; locality in which the ovum is fe- 
cundated, 314; discharge of the ovum from the ovary, 316; the corpus luteum, 317; disap- 
pearance of ova post coitum, 318; Graafian vesicles containing blood in their interior, 319; 
ovisacs found in the infundibulum, ibid. ; the ovum after it has left the ovary, 320 ; the size 
of the minute ovum no criterion of the degree of its development, 321 ; third stage of deve- 
lopment, ibid. ; fourth stage, S2^ ; fifth stage, ibid. ; sixth stage, 323 ; seventh stage, ibid. ; 
eighth stage, ibid. ; ninth stage, 324 ; tenth stage, ibid. ; the importance of examining ova 
from the Fallopian tube, 325 ; eleventh stage of development, S2Q ; twelfth stage, ibid. ; thir- 
teenth stage — the true germ — the so-called *' serous laminae of the germinal membrane," a 
structure of subordinate importance, ibid.; fourteenth stage — the area pellucida, ti27; fif- 
teenth stage, ibid. ; sixteenth stage, 328 ; seventeenth stage — central and peripheral portions 
of the germ — origin of the lamina subsequently vascular, ibid. ; eighteenth stage — first change 
in form presented by the germ, 330 ; nineteenth stage — hollow network in the ovum, 331 ; 
twentieth stage, 332 ; twenty-first stage, ibid. ; multiplicity of parts in a minute ovum, ibid. ; 
adhesion between the thick transparent membrane of the ovai-ian ovum and the membrane 
which forms the amnion, 333 ; the embryo a congeries of vesicles, 334 ; stages of develop- 
ment later than the twenty-first, ibid. ; progressive formation of the vascular lamina of the 
umbilical vesicle, ibid. ; arrangement of the vesicles composing the embryo, and order of their 
coming into view as vesicles, 335 ; foundation of the central portion of the nervous system 
and of the vertebrse, QS6; an embryo of remarkable minuteness — effects of flexion of the em- 
bryo, 337 ; the chorion, 339 ; the chorion becoming villous — mode, period, and place of origin 
of the chorion, 340; aborted ova, 343 ; effects produced on ova by manipulation, «6«W. ; effects 
produced on ova by certain chemical reagents, 344 ; some of the earliest appearances of the 
ovum, 346 ; facts noticed by preceding observers, cited to show the accordance in various 
respects between the development of Mammalia and that of other animals, 347 ; recapitula- 
tion, 349. 

Postscript, 353 ; rotatory motions of a mulberry-like object in vesicles under the mucous mem- 
brane of the uterus, Z55 ; correspondence in the elementary structure of animals and plants, 
358 ; anomalous ova, 364 ; the origin of tissues subordinate to a division into forms, ibid. ; 
method of obtaining the minutest ova in the uterus and Fallopian tube, and a mode of pre- 
serving them while under examination, 365. 



INDEX. 435 

Second Postscript. Process by which the primitive ovum undergoes division and subdivision — 
probable anak^gy in this I'espect between the mammiferous ovum and the ovum of batrachian 
reptiles and certain fishes — the so-called " yelk-ball " in the mammiferous ovum compared 
with the " discus vitellinus " in the ova of other animals — resemblance between the fecundated 
ovum of Mammalia and that of certain plants, 367 ; ova found in the Fallopian tube and 
uterus of the Rabbit, 371 ; table of measurements, 373; explanation of the plates, 374. 

Equivalent numbers (chemical), determination of several, by the conversion of chlorates and ni- 
trates into chlorides, and of chlorides into nitrates, 13; chlorate of potassa, 18; conversion 
into nitrate, 20; chloride of potassium, 2\ ; nitrate of potassa, 22; chlorate of soda, 25; 
nitrate of soda, 26 ; chloride of sodium, 27 ; silver, conversion of, into nitrate, 28 ; into chlo- 
ride, 29 ; nitrate of silver, 30. 

Equivalents, chemical, researches on the, of certain bodies, 35. 

Erratic boulders, of Lochaber, 68 ; attitudes at which they are found in Scotland, in Sweden, in 
North America, in the Jura, 72. 

F. 

Faraday (Michael, D.C.L.). Experimental Researches in Electricity ; Fifteenth Series ; Notice 
of the character and direction of the electric force of the Gymnotus, 1 . 

. Chemical account of the Cold Bokkeveld meteoric stone, 86. 

Farquharson (the Rev. James, LL.D.). Report of a geometrical measurement of the height 
of the aurora borealis above the earth, 267. 

Fishes, on the male oi'gans of some of the cai'tilaginous, 139; 1. of the Torpedo, 1.40; 2. of the 
Thornback {Rata clavata), 141 ; 3. of the Common Skate {Rata batis), 142; 4. oi Scyllium 
Edwardii, 144; 5. of the accessory male organs, 144; 6. concluding remarks, 146. 

Fluid, on the conditions of equilibrium of an incompressible, the particles of which are acted 
upon by accelerating forces, 243. Prop. I. To determine the figure of equilibrium when the 
forces are such functions of the co-ordinates as are susceptible of only one value for any pro- 
posed values of the co-ordinates, 253. Prop. 11. To determine the figure of equilibrium of 
a homogeneous fluid at liberty, the particles attracting one another in the inverse proportion 
of the square of the distance, at the same time that they are urged by a centrifugal force 
caused by revolving about an axis, 255. 

Frankincense, common, 298; of the ancients, 301. 

G. 

Gambodic acid, salts of, 284 ; constitution of the salts of, 289. 

Gamboge, resin of, 281 ; chemical formula of, 282. 

Geology (Physical), Researches in. First Series. On the phenomena of precession and nutation, 
assuming the fluidity of the interior of the earth, 381. § Preliminary observations on the 
refrigeration of the globe, ibid. ; on precession and nutation, assuming the fluidity of the in- 
terior of the earth, 385. § Statement of the problem, ibid. § Formation of the differen- 
tial equations for the motion of the pole, 386. I. The attraction of the sun on the solid shell, 
387. II. The attraction of the moon on the shell, ibid. III. The interior pressure on the 
shell from the attraction of the sun on the fluid, ibid. IV. The interior pressure on the 
shell from the attraction of the moon on the fluid, 388. V. The interior pressure on the 
shell from the centrifugal forces of the fluid mass, ibid. § Motion of the internal fluid, 389. 
I. Disturbing force of the sun, 390. II. Disturbing force of the moon, ibid. III. Cen- 



436 INDEX. 

trifugal force, ibid. § Formation of the differential equations for the motion of P', or of the 
axis of instantaneous rotation of the interior fluid, 394; integration of the differential equa- 
tions for the motions of P and P', 395. § Determination of the numerical values of the con- 
stants in the equations, 401. § Final equations, giving the numerical values of the co-ordi- 
nates, 407. § Degree of approximation in the preceding results, 416 ; conclusions, 423. 

Germ, the ti'ue, 326 ; central and peripheral portions of, 328 ; first change in form presented by, 
330. 

Glen Roy, parallel roads of, 39. 

Guaiacum, resin of, 291 ; chemical formula of, 291. 

Gymnotus, character and direction of the electric force of the, 1 ; results obtained with the Gym- 
notus current, 5. 

H. 

Harris (W. Snow, Esq.). Inquiries concerning the elementary laWs of electricity. Third se- 
ries, 215. 

Hopkins (W. Esq.). Researches in physical geology. First series. On the phenomena of 
precession and nutation, assuming the fluidity of the interior of the earth, 381. 

I. 

Indian Seas. On certain tide observations made in the, 163. 

Induction, electric, phenomena of, 219; laws of electrical change by, 223; relation of, to quan- 
tity and distance, 233 ; effects of, on disturbing the repulsive force, 239. 

Iron-built ships, account of experiments on, instituted for the purpose of discovering a correction 
for the deviation of the compass produced by the iron of the ships, 167. Section I. Preli- 
minary, 167. II. Immediate results of observations, 171. III. Theory of induced magnet- 
ism, 177. IV. Combination of induced magnetism with permanent magnetism, 188. V. Ap- 
plication of the theory to the observations made in the Rainbow (iron-built steamer), 194. 
VI. Observations not essential to the theory, 205. VII. Observations of the disturbance of 
the compass in the iron-built sailing ship Ironsides, 206. VIII. Concluding remarks, 211. 

Ivory (James, K.H.). On the conditions of equiUbrium of an incompressible fluid, the particles 
of which are acted upon by accelerating forces, 243. 

. Note relating to the correcting of an error in a paper printed in the Phi- 
losophical Transactions for 1838, 57, &c. 265. 

J. 

Johnston (James F. W., Esq.). On a new equiatomic compound of bicyanide with binoxide of 



mercury, 113. 



On the constitution of the resins. Part I., 119. 
On the constitution of the resins. Part II., 281. 
On the constitution of the resins. Part III., 293. 



L. 

Low Water. On the laws of, at the Port of Plymouth, and on the permanency of low water, 151. 

M. 

Maclear (Thomas, Esq.). An account of the fall of a meteoric stone in the Cold Bokkeveld, 
Cape of Good Hope, 83. 



INDEX. 437 

Magnetism, theory of induced, 177; eombination of induced, with permanent, 188; application of 
the theory to observations made in iron-built ships, 194, S07. 

Mastic, resin of, 119; chemical formulae of resins of, 133. 

Mercury, a new equiatomic compound of bicyanide with binoxide of, 113. 

Meteoric stone, an account of the fall of a, in the Cold Bokkeveld, Cape of Good Hope, 83 ; che- 
mical account of, 86. 

N. 

Nervous force, experimental relation of, to electric force, 11. 

Nitrates, conversion of into chlorides, applied to the determination of equivalent numbers, 13. 
Nutation, precession and, phenomena of, assuming the fluidity of the interior of the earth, 381, 
385. 

O. 

Olibanum, resin of, 301 ; chemical formulae of, resins of, 305. 

Ovum, the, mature and immature, 309 ; effects produced on, in the ovary by maceration, ibid. ; 
in the ovary post coitum — first and second stages of development of, 310; locality in which 
fecundated, 314; discharge of, from the ovary, 316; disappearance of ova post coitum, 318; 
the ovum after it has left the ovary, 320 ; minute size of, no criterion of the degree of its 
development, 321 ; third stage of development to tenth, 321 to 324; importance of examining 
ova from the Fallopian tube, 325 ; eleventh to twenty-first stage of development, 326 to 332 ; 
hollow net-work in the, 331 ; multiplicity of parts in a minute, 332 ; aborted ova, 343 ; effects 
produced on, by manipulation, ibid, ; by certain chemical reagents, 344 ; some of the earliest 
appearances of the, 346; anomalous ova, 364 ; method of obtaining the minutest in the uterus 
and Fallopian tube, and of preserving while under examination, 365 ; process by which the 
primitive ovum undergoes division and subdivision, 367 ; probable analogy in this respect 
between the Mammiferous ovum and the ovum of batrachian reptiles and certain fishes, 369 ; 
resemblance between the fecundated ovum of MammaHa and that of certain plants, 370, 
note ; ova found in the Fallopian tube of the Rabbit, 371 ; ova found in the uterus of the 
Rabbiti372. 

P. 

Parallel roads of Glen Roy, and of other parts of Lochaber in Scotland, observations on, with an 
attempt to prove that they are of marine origin, 89 ; Section I. Description of the shelves, 39; 
II. Theories of Sir Lauder Dick and Dr. MaccuUoch considered, 45 ; III. Proofs of the re- 
treat of a body of water from the central parts of Scotland, and that this water was that of 
the sea, 49 ; IV. Proofs from organic remains of a change of level between the land and the 
sea in Scotland ; the effects of elevation traced in hypothesis, 56 ; V. Objections to the theory 
from the non-extension of the shelves, and the absence of organic remains at great heights, 
answered, 60 ; VL Apphcation of the theory to some less important points of structure in the 
district of Lochaber, and recapitulation, 64; VII. On the erratic boulders of Lochaber, 68; 
VIII. On the small amount of alluvial action since the formation of the shelves, 72 ; IX. On 
the horizontality of the shelves, and on the equable action of the elevatory forces, 76 ; X. Spe- 
culations on the action of the elevatory forces, and conclusion, 78. 

Penny (Frederic, Esq.). On the application of the conversion of the chlorates and nitrates into 
chlorides, and of chlorides into nitrates, to the determination of several equivalent numbers, 1 3. 

Phillips (Richard, Esq.). Researches on the chemical equivalents of certain bodies, 35. 



438 INDEX. 

Pinus abies, resin of, 298 ; chemical formulae of resins of, 300. 

Plymouth. On the laws of low water, and on the permanency of low water in the port of, 151. 

Precession and nutation, phenomena of, assuming the fluidity of the interior of earth, 381, 385. 

R. 

Resins, on the constitution of, Part L, 119. I. Resin of mastic, 119; action of heat, 122; consti- 
tution of the resin salts, 127; insoluble resin of mastic, 132; conclusions, «6«e/. II. Resin of 
dragon's blood, 134. 

Part II., 281 ; III. Resin of gamboge, 281 ; salts of gambodic acid, 284; constitution of 

the salts of gambodic acid, 289 ; conclusions, 290 ; IV. Resin of guaiacum, 291; salts of guai- 
acum resin, ibid. ; V. Acaroid resin, 292, 

Part III., 293; VI. Resin of Sandarach, 293; conclusions, 297 ; VII. Resin of the Pinus 



abies, 298; conclusions, 300; VIII. Resin of olibanum, 301 ; conclusions, 304 ; general ob- 
servations, 305. 

S. 

Sandarach, resin of, 293 ; chemical formula of resins of, 297. 
Secondary compounds, electrolysis of, 97. 

T. 

Tides, researches on the. Tenth series. On the laws of low water at the port of Plymouth, and 
on the permanency of low water, 151 ; 1. Of the permanency of the height of mean water, 152; 
2. Of the semimenstrual inequality of the height of low water at Plymouth, 153; 3. The 
parallax correction of the height of low water at Plymouth, 155; 4. The declination cor- 
rection of the height of low water at Plymouth, 156; postscript, 157; appendix, 158. 

researches on the. Eleventh series. On certain tide observations made in the Indian seas, 

163. 

V. 

Voltaic battery (constant). Account of the effects of a large, 89. 
Voltaic combinations. Fifth letter on, 89. 

W. 

WiiEWELL (the Rev. W.). Researches on the tides. Tenth series. On the laws of low water at 
the port of Plymouth, and on the permanency of low water, 151. 

' Researches on the tides. Eleventh series. On certain tide observa- 
tions made in the Indian seas, 163. 



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Meteorological Table from the Register kept at Kinfauns Castle, North 

Britain. 
Neuvieme Lettre Cosmologique de I'Equation de Temps. 4to. 
Observations Astronomiques faites a FObservatoire Royal de Paris ; publiees 

par le Bureau de Longitude, 2 Vols. Folio. Paris 1825 and 1838. 
Observations on Roman Coin Moulds discovered in England and France. 8vo. 

London 1839. 
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India. 8vo. Calcutta 1838. 
Strictures on Anti-Phrenology. 8vo. Land. 1838. 

Tables of Logarithms (under the Superintendence of the Society for the Dif- 
fusion of Useful Knowledge). 12mo. Land. 1839. 
The Statutes of Queen Elizabeth for the University of Cambridge. (12th Eliz. 
A.D. 1570.) 8vo. Lond. 1838. 
AVOGADRO (A.) Fisica de' Corpi Ponderabili Ossia Trattato della Costitu- 

zione generale de' Corpi. 8vo. Torino 1837. 
BARTHOLOMEW (A.) Hints relative to the construction of Fire-proof 

Buildings. Lond. 1839. 
BATEMAN (J.) The Orchidacea; of Mexico and Guatemala. Folio. Part HL 

Lond. 1839. 
BEAMISH (R.) Popular instructions on the Calculation of Probabilities. 
Translated from the French of A. Quetelet, with Notes. 12mo. Lond. 1839. 
BECHE (H. T. de la.) Report on the Geology of Cornwall, Devon, and West 
Somerset. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 

BELPAIRE (— ) et QUETELET (A.) Rapport sur les Observations des 

Mar6es faites en 1835, en difFerens points des Cotes de Belgique. 4to. 

Bruxelles 1838. (Two copies.) 
BERZELIUS (J.) Arsberattelse om framstegen i Fysik och Kemi. 8vo. Stock- 
holm 1836. 
BESSEL (F. W.) und BCEYER. Gradmessung in Ost Preussen und ihre Ver- 

bindung mit Preussischen und Russischen Dreiecksketten. 4to. Berlin 

1838. 
BIGELOW (J. P.) Statistical Tables, exhibiting the condition and products 

of certain branches of Industry in Massachusetts, for 1837. 8vo. Boston 

1838. 
BOEHM (L.) Die kranke Darmschleimhaut in der Asiatischen Cholera. 8vo. 

Berlin 1839. 
BOUGAINVILLE (Baron de.) Journal de la Navigation autour du Globe, 

Tomes I. et II. 4to. Paris 1837. 
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la Frigate la Th6tis et de la Corvette I'Esp^rance pendant les annees 1824- 

26. Folio. Paris. 
BRESCHET (G.) et GLUGE (— ) Quelques Recherches sur la Structure 

des Membranes de I'OSuf des Mammiferes. Svo. Paris 1837. (Extrait des 

Annales des Sciences Naturelles.) 
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BRIERE ( de.) Eclaircissements sur la Destination de trois Zodiaques 

Antiques. 4to. Paris 1839. 
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The Author. 

The Author. 

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of Her Majesty's Trea- 
sury. 

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The Authors. 

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Natural Theology : being the concluding volumes of the new edition of 

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BUCKE (C.) A Letter intended (one day) as a Supplement to Lockhart's Life The Author. 

of Sir Walter Scott. 8vo. Land. 1838. 
BUCKNELL (W.) The Eccaleobion ; a Treatise on Artificial Incubation. 8vo. The Author. 

iMfid. 1839. 
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ford 1838. 
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1838. 
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8vo. Lond. 1839. 
CHALLIS (J.) Astronomical Observations made at the Observatory of Cam- The Author. 

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CHARLESWORTH (E.) Natural History Illustrations, No. 1. 8vo. Lond. The Author. 

1839. 
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1839. 12mo. Paris 1839. 
CHESELDEN (W.) An Appendix to the Fourth Edition of the Anatomy of The Editors. 

the Human Body. (From the Edin. Med. and Surg. Journal, No. 139.) 

8vo. Edivib. 1836. 
CIVIALE ( — ) Parall^le des divers moyens de traiter les Calculeux. 8vo. The Author. 

Paris 1836. 
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sur cette Maladie. 8vo. Paris 1838. 
CLARKE (Dr.) Address to the Members of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, The Club. 

delivered at Ford, Sept. 19, 1838. 8vo. Ford 1838. 
COOPER (D.) Catalogue of the British Natural Orders and Genera of Plants, The Author. 

according to the system of DeCandoUe, as well as the Linnean Classes and 

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CUNNINGHAM (W.) A Synopsis of Chronology from the Era of Creation The Author. 

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DAVY (J.) Observations on the Fluid in the Vesicute Seminalesof Man. 8vo. The Author. 

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scription d'un nouveau T616graphe fond6 sur les Actions Physiologiques 

de r Electricity. Svo. Deventer 1839. 



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I — XI. 8vo. Paris 1839. 

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(no date.) 
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Henry van Rheede van Draakenstein. 8vo. Swansea 1839. 
EHRENBERG (D. C. G.) Die Infusionsthierchen als VoUkommene Organis- 

nien. With Atlas. Folio. Leipzig 1838. 
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Turkey. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 
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Class of the Practice of Medicine, in University College. A sheet. Lond. 

1839. 
ENCKE(J.F.) Berliner AstronomischesJahrbuchfiir 1840. 8vo. J9er;ml838. 
FARADAY (M.) Experimental Researches in Electricity. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 
FARQUHARSON (J.) A New Illustration of the latter part of Daniel's last 

Vision and Prophecy. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 
FITTON (W. H.) Observations on some of the Strata between the Chalk and 

Oxford Oolite in the South-east of England. 4to. Lond. 1836. 
FLOURENS ( .) filoge Historique d'Antoine Laurent de Jussieu. 4to. 

Paris 1838. 
FORBES (J. W.) On the Colour of Steam under certain circumstances, and 

on the Colours of the Atmosphere. (From the Transactions of the Royal 

Society of Edinburgh, Vol. XIV.) 4to. Edinb. 1839. 
FORSTER (T.) Philozoia; or, Moral Reflections on the Actual Condition of 

the Animal Kingdom. 8vo. Brussels 1839. 
FOSCARINI (J. V.) Ragguagli sulla vita e sulle opere di Marin Sanuto detto 

il Juniore. 3 Vols. 8vo. Venezia 1837. 
FRIES (B. F.) Arsberattelser om Nyare Zoologiska arbeten och Upptackten. 

8vo. Stockholm 1837. 
FRODSHAM (W. J.) Results of Experiments on the Vibrations of Pendu- 
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GALLOWAY (T.) A Treatise on Probability. 12mo. Edinb. 1839. 
GAUSS (C. F.) AUgemeine Theorie des Erdmagnetismus. 8vo. 
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A Tabular Chronological Epitome of the History of 

Architecture in England. A Card. 
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The Churches of London. Vol. I. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 

The Churches of London : a History and Description 

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GOODHUGH (W.) Motives to the Study of Biblical Literature, in a course 
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GORDON ( — .) Account of Two Visits to the Anopsea or Highlands above 
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GRAHAM (J. D.) Report upon the Military and Hydrographical Chart of the 
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GRAHAM (T.) Elements of Chemistry. Parts L and XL 8vo. Lmd. 1838. 

GRANVILLE (A. B.) Medical Reform; being the First Annual Oration, 
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GROOMBRIDGE (S.) A Catalogue of Circumpolar Stars ; edited by George 
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GRUYER (L. A.) Examen Critique d'un Memoire de M. P. Leroux intitule : 
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GUEST (E.) A History of English Rhythms. 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 

HALL (M.) Extract from a Lecture on the Nervous System. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 

HALLIWELL (J. O.) Rara Mathematica ; or, a Collection of Treatises on 
the Mathematics and subjects connected with them, from ancient inedited 
Manuscripts. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 

. Two Essays. I. An Inquiry into the Nature of the 

Numerical Contractions. II. Notes on Early Calendars. 2nd edit. 8vo. 
Lond. 1839. 

HAMILTON (W. R.) Address to the Royal Geographical Society of Lon- 
don: delivered in May 1838. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 

HAMMER (J. von.) Ober die Landerverwaltung unter dem Chalifate. 8vo. 
Berlin. 1835. 

HANDY (P.) The Doctrine of Simple and Compound Interest, Annuities, 
and Reversions. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 

HARRIS (Capt. W. C.) Narrative of an Expedition into Southern Africa, 
during the years 1836 and 1837. 8vo. Bombay 1838. 

HEDGCOCK (T.) Multum in Parvo : a new work on Astronomy, the Mag- 
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HENDERSON (T.) Astronomical Observations made at the Royal Obser- 
vatory, Edinburgh. Vol. II. 4to. Edinb. 1839. 

HERSCHEL (Sir J. F. W.) Report of the Meteorological Committee of the 
South African Literary and Philosophical Institution. 8vo. Cape Town 

1836. 
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South African Literary and Philosophical Institution. (Part I.) Read July 

17, 1837. 
HITCHCOCK (E.) Report on a Re-examination of the Economical Geology 

of Massachusetts. 8vo. Boston 1838. 
HOEVEN (J. van der) Recherches sur I'Histoire Naturelle et I'Anatomie des 

Limules. At Leyde. 1838. 
HOLLAND (H.) Medical Notes and Reflections. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 
HUNTER (A.) The Waters of Harrogate and its vicinity. Sth edit. 12mo. 

Lond. 1838. 
INNES (G.) Meteorological Observations made at Aberdeen, for 1838. 8vo. 

Aberdeen 1838. 

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JACOBI (C. G. J.) Canon Arithmeticus sive tabulee quibus exhibentuv pro 

singulis numeris primis vel primorum potestatibus infra 100 nunieri ad 

datos indices et indices ad datos nunieros pertinentes. 4to. Berolini 1839. 



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The Author. 

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The Author. 

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JACOBI (C. G. J.) Fundamenta nova theorise functionum ellipticarum. 4<to. 

Regiomonti 1829. 
JEFFERY (J. D.) An Essay on the Prevalence of Small Pox and the Evils 

of Inoculation. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 
JERVIS (Capt. T. B.) The Expediency and Facility of establishing the Me- 

trological and Monetary systems throughout India. 8vo. Bombay 1834. 
JOHNSTON (J. F. W.) Meeting of the British Association at Newcastle. 

Report of the Local Secretaries. 8vo. Neiocastle 1839. 
On the Present State of our Knowledge in regard to 

Dimorphous Bodies. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 
The Economy of a Coal-field. 8vo. Durham 1838. 



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8vo. 



•TONES (T. W.) The Organ of Hearing. (From the Cyclopaedia of Anatomy 

and Physiology.) 8vo. Lond. 1838. 
JOURNALS. 

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Annals of Electricity, Magnetism, and Chemistry ; and Guardian of Experi- 
mental Science : conducted by William Sturgeon, Nos. 13 — 18. 8vo. Lond. 
1838-39. 

Athenaeum Journal, from June to December 1838, and January to June 1839. 
4to. Lond. 1838-39. 

Foreign Monthly Review and Continental Literary Journal, No. 1. 
I^nd. 1839. 

Giornale per servire ai progressi della patalogia e della terapeutica. 
Tom. IX. fascic. 25, 26 and 27. Two vols. 8vo. Luglio 1838. 

Journal of the Franklin Institute : edited by Thomas P. Jones, M.D 
Vols. XXL and XXII. PhUad. 1838. 

London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine, from July to December 
1838, and January to June 1839. 8vo. Lond. 1838-39. 

Magazine o( Nattural History (new series). Conducted by Edward Charles- 
worth, F.G.S. Vols. I. and II. Nos. 25—30. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 

Naturalist. Nos. 8—12, 17—19, 23, 25, 26 and 29 ; edited by Neville Wood. 
8vo. Lond. 1837-39. 

Repertory of Patent Inventions. Nos. 55—66. 8vo. Lond. 1838-39. 

The Analyst : a Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural Historj^, 
and the Fine Arts. No. XXV. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 

Tijdschrift voor Natuurlijke Geschiedenis en Physiologie uitgegeven door 
J. van der Hoeven en W. H. deVriesre. Vol. V. 8vo. Amsterdam 1838-39. 

United Service Journal, and Naval and Military Magazine. Nos. 116 — 127. 
8vo. Lond. 1838-39. 

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4to. Lond. 1838-39. 

JUBINAL (A.) Rapport de ITnstruction publique suivi de quelques pieces in- 

edites tirees des manuscrits de la Bibliotheque de Berne. 8vo. Paris 1838. 

KIDD (S.) Catalogue of the Chinese Library of the Royal Asiatic Society. 

8vo. Lond. 1838. 
KOPS (J.) en HALL (H. C. van) Flora Batava. Nos. 114—117. 4to. Am- 
sterdam 1839. 
KUPFFER (A. T.) Observations Meteorologiques et Magnetiques faites 

dans I'Empire de Russie. Tome II. 4to. »S'^ Petersbourg 1837. 
r — ■ — Recueil d'Observations Magnetiques faites a St. Peters- 
bourg et sur d'autres points de I'Empire de Russie,. 4to. St. Petersbourg 
1837. 



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The Author. 



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The Editor. 

The Editor. 

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LAGERHJELM (P.) Tal om Hydraulikens narvarande tillstand. 8vo. Stock- 
holm 1837. 

On the Primary Forces of Electricity. 8vo. Lond. 1838. 
Jahrbuch der Koniglichen Sternwafte bei Miinchen, fiir 
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Nouvelles reflexions sur la nianiere dontla nature procede a 
I'occlusion ou a la cicatrisation des plaies de la tete, avec perte de sub- 
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LEA (L) Observations on the Genus Unio. Vol. IL 4to. Philadelphia 1838. 
LINK (H. F.) Anatomisch-Botanische Abbildungen zur Erlauterung der 
Grundlehren der Kriiuterkunde. 3 Parts. Folio. Berlin, (no date.) 

— Elementa Philosophise Botanicse. 2 Vols. 8vo. editio altera. 

Berolini 1837. 
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LUBBOCK (J. W.) An Elementary Treatise on the Tides. 8vo. Lond. 1839. 

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MALAGOLI DI REGGIO (G.) Metodo breve, facile, e sicuro per appren- 

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MANTELL (G. A.) The Wonders of Geology. 3rd edit. 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 

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MILLER (W. H.) A Treatise on Crystallography. 8vo. Cambridge 1839. 
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MORREN (C.) Essais sur l'H6t#rog6nie Dominante. 8vo. Liege 1838. 
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ISmo. Bruxelles 1838-39. 
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I'o Liv. de Tome III. Svo. Bruxelles 1838. 
De I'influence des saisons sur la mortalite aux diff^rens 

ages dans la Belgique. 4to. Bruxelles 1838. 

Met^orologie. Svo. Bruxelles. (Extrait des Bulletins de 



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Note sur les Etoiles Filantes du 12 Novembre 1838. 
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